Newsletter Payment institutions June 2017

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Date 28 June 2017

This issue's subjects: Supervision fees; PSD2 Seminar on 26 September; Impressions from DNB seminar on preventing money laundering and terrorist financing; Introduction of revised Wire Transfer Regulation; Our annual survey on integrity risks in the financial sector; DNB examination into IT risks at payment institutions; Licence requirement for trading platforms offering payment services; 2016 Sanctions Act survey on money transfers; News in brief.

Supervision fees

DNB introduces a variable charge for payment institutions. Read more

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DNB Seminar on PSD2 on 26 September

We will be hosting a seminar on PSD2 implementation and its impact on payment institutions on Tuesday 26 September 2017. Read more

Impressions of DNB seminar on preventing money laundering and terrorist financing

At a seminar on 11 May we published the draft guidance document on transaction monitoring. Read more

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The forthcoming WRT2 and consultation on EBA guidelines

The revised Wire Transfer Regulation obliges payment service providers to record specific details of the payer and the payee(s). Read more

Our annual survey on integrity risks in the financial sector

Each year, we ask banks, payment institutions and money transfer institutions to complete an online questionnaire about integrity risks, including money laundering and terrorist financing. Read more

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DNB examination into IT risks at payment institutions

We conduct examinations into the identification and analysis of the most significant IT risks faced by payment institutions and their level of control of them. Read more

Licence requirement for trading platforms with payment services

As of 13 January 2018, trading platforms that provide payment services must have a licence to continue to do so. These trading platforms will therefore no longer be exempt from a licence requirement. Read more

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2016 Sanctions Act survey on money transfers

The results of our 2016 survey provide a positive impression of money transfer institutions' compliance with the Sanctions Act. Read more

News in brief

Pay attention to the scope of your licence; Apply through our Digital Supervision Portal; hange in penalty category under the Sanctions Act (Margot Aelen); FATF update (Ayreen Alibux); Reminder: Information meeting on fit and proper assessments. Read more

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